Dickinsonian Newspaper

Dickinsonian, April 5, 1924

Students form the Republican Club, which throws its support behind Professor Leon C. Prince in his congressional campaign. Professor Prince addresses Dickinson students and members of the Carlisle community as a part of his campaign for the Republican nomination for congress. Non-Fraternity men organize a permanent social organization known as the Commons Club, whose objectives include promoting unity and cooperation with other members of the college community, loyalty to the college, and equal opportunity for all male students. The senior class elects Class Day officers. A joint committee of the Men's and Women's Senates meets to discuss possible changes to the current system of student government. Coach Joe Lightner denies rumors that he has been married. The National Intercollegiate Rules Committee announces several changes to the rules of college football designed to speed up games.